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September 29, 2019
For many men, the art of growing a beard is something they cannot wait to try out. Growing a beard is often seen as a truly manly thing to do; the kind of finishing touch that every guy *should* have. However, the problem is that we all know people who are at either end of the spectrum.
We all have mates who will grow a beard, and it takes them the best part of the year to grow a few whiskers. Others have a shave in the morning and have a full set of stubble by dinner-time. Beards grow faster and shorter on some guys than others – it’s just the way it is. With that in mind, answering the question “how long does a beard take to grow?” can be quite tough. There is no defined – only standards.
For an average guy, the answer to how long a beard takes to grow will be anything from two to six months. However, as we have mentioned above, not everyone plays by those rules. Months could pass and you will have nothing really in terms of volume if you are unlucky. If you are lucky, you could have a full beard within days of shaving your old one off. So, what does it actually come down? What matters when it comes to determining the rate of growth:
There are numerous other factors that can come into it, but everyone essentially has a ‘genetic time’ for their hair and beard growth. On average, you could see around one half an inch per month in growth. Therefore, depending on the length of beard that you wish to grow, it could take you weeks, months, even years, to get what you are searching for.
Therefore, you should not have any pre-set expectation about the length of time it takes the beard that you want to grow. There are simply too many things to factor in.
The main thing that you should be looking to do is live a happier, healthier life. Reduce stress levels, and your body will contribute more of its resources to beard growth. Our bodies aren’t as vain as our egos are, so our body will happily stop contributing to hair growth and beard growth if it feels like we have more pressing matters.
Therefore, by eating, living, exercising, and sleeping better, you should see your beard become fuller as a result. While nothing can trump genetics, taking into account all of the above should help. It might not give you a beard beyond you’re hips, but it might give you one that can actually stand out!
October 21, 2019